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Designed by Anne Krogh


Aarhus, Denmark


The Nordic law firm Bech-Bruun chooses to focus on highlighting their DNA as a company through their interior design. Danish designer MDD and interior architect Anne Krogh created an intuitive space to work and to thrive in where the knowledge of practicing the law meets the knowledge of corporate interior decoration. The design is captured in a design manual, also developed by Anne Krogh, and applies for all Bech-Bruun offices. This results in a coherent experience every time you enter a Bech-Bruun office.
The first thing the eye meets must be embracing and welcoming. Especially lighting is crucial for a comfortable entrance and in this Bech-Bruun entrance space natural light is complimented by knowledge illustrated in the book shelf as well as by the organic shapes of the Poul Kjærholm classic, the PK9™ chair.
Embracing the openness of the building created by the large windows is the space around a conference table, in this setting complimented by the warm and welcoming Hans J. Wegner classic, the China™ chair. Like a unity and a natural entirety the setting tells a story on the black table top and soft, hand processed wood of the chair. In fact the chairs are old but renovated and equipped with new pillows.
The China™ chair in black ash contrasted by the fiery red pillows illustrates a contemporary and cohesive design fitted for both the Aarhus and the Copenhagen departments of Bech-Bruun. The noticeable red colour gives the masculine setting an edge and refers back to the colour of the Bech-Bruun logo. The rusty red carpet and the Swan™ sofa and chairs depict a professional setting with the recognisable comfort of ’home’ to it. The organic shape of the Swan is contrasted by the linear edges of the carpet, by the painting and the Poul Kjærhom table, PK61.
The new high rise building of Bech-Bruun, situated in the harbour of Aarhus, is part of a newly developed city area by the water. Organised around canals the city area is characterised by a unique mix of the classic industrial harbour architecture some dating back to 1845 and new modern buildings.
Location: Aarhus, Denmark
Project completed: 2016
Interior architect: Anne Krogh
Category: Corporate
Areas: Reception, meeting rooms, library
Products: PK9™, PK61™, China Chair™, Swan™, Swan Sofa™
PK9 in a meeting room at Bech-Bruun
China Chair produced by Fritz Hansen
Meeting room at Bech-Bruun with the China Chair
The Swan sofa and chair beautifully located in Bech-Bruun offices
  • China chair in a meeting room at Bech-Bruun
Arne Jacobsen
Swan Sofa™
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